New Mills goes for a Royal Flush
Nov05

New Mills goes for a Royal Flush

Local environment and angling writer Andrew Griffiths talks to New Mills’ resident Charlie Copestake about novel arrangements in the ‘smallest room’. He may be no Dustin Hoffman but New Mills has its very own ‘Rain Man’ in the form of Spring Bank’s Charlie Copestake. Charlie collects rain by the barrel-load and while money doesn’t grow on trees, it is falling out of the skies as far as Charlie is concerned. Charlie’s house and garden...

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Tree planting project under way.
Nov21

Tree planting project under way.

Big thanks to the Visit New Mills volunteers who are busy planting another 500 trees to replace the Ash die back victims in Mousley Bottom. The paint marking means end of the road for that tree. And our volunteers are also rewilding an area in Brookbottom with Native species: oak, hawthorn, blackthorn, silver birch, rowan and...

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